Comparative Literature, with an encompassing view to all literary works of different cultures, has always endeavored to credit a deep common understanding among different literary works. The present study is an attempt to put to practice this idea by referring to both the similarities and differences in The Divine Comedy by Dante and Mantegh-o-Teir by Atar. The discussions presented are not restricted to the themes only, but have attempted to expose the other elements of these masterpieces like the style, narration and typical language-in-use so that, with recourse to form, it could
offer a better vision beyond the horizon of content-saturated challenges.